TV presenter hit by a piece of falling set in terrifying accident

ESPN Colombia host Carlos Orduz escapes without injury after being hit by a piece of falling set in terrifying incident during live broadcast

  • ESPN Colombia inadvertently broadcast a horrifying accident this week 
  • Carlos Orduz was hit by a falling piece of set, slamming him into the desk
  • Clip quickly went viral, with viewers concerned about the presenter’s welfare
  • Orduz then took to Twitter to reassure fans and thanked them for their concern 

ESPN Colombia host Carlos Orduz can count himself lucky to be alive after a piece of the set crushed him during a live broadcast.

The incredible clip – which surfaced on social media on Wednesday – sees Orduz sitting at the far end of a panel of seven who are commentating on a football match.

Just seconds later though, the camera is forced to quickly cut away from him after a heavy piece of the set toppled over and slammed him into the desk.

Carlos Orduz (left) has no time to get out of the way as a piece of set falls heavily on his back

The presenter is pinned to the desk by the heavy set, before the camera quickly cuts away

There are calls for calm from around the studio as the camera focuses on the main presenter, who then throws to an advert break, and it has since emerged that Orduz sustained no injuries from the accident.

In fact, he was quick to take to Twitter to post a video of himself to his 12.5k followers in which he does not appear to have even gained a scratch. 

This is despite the cries of shock from around the studio at the heavy piece of metal hitting him, while millions watched on from home.

The camera then focuses on the anchor, who quickly cuts to an ad break amid the commotion

Orduz posted a clip on Twitter to reassure fans that he was okay after the horrific accident

The clip quickly went viral on social media, with users querying whether the presenter survived the ordeal.

Thankfully, though, Orduz was quick to reassure viewers and thanked them for their concern over his welfare. 

He also wrote: ‘To those who wrote to me and greeted me about the accident last night, I must tell you that I am fine, thank God after the medical check-up, the respective examinations, any issue was ruled out, only a bruise and a blow to the nose (no fracture). Greetings and thanks.’




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